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HARAPAN PROJECT — COVID19 PREVENTION PROGRAM

Thank you so much to THE PRISCILLA HALL MEMORIAL FOUNDATION for your support we have been able to execute part of our COVID19 program. From beginning of April, Harapan Project started a COVID19 prevention program to help the local population of the district of Hu´u in the island of Sumbawa (Indonesia) the Hospital of Dompu

Rawinala

As a school for those who are blind and have other disabilities, Rawinala is currently shut for learning but they do still have obligations to pay their staff and they have pupils staying in the dormitories who are unable to travel home to their families. Along with so many other charities, they have been struggling

HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT PROGRESS ON PREVENTION CORONA VIRUS

The Foundation has partnered with Carlos Ferrandiz of Harapan Sumbawa Project with the Days for Girls project for a number of years. Now due to Corona Virus the postage of kits had to be stopped as distribution is not advisable. Carlos project fits The PHMF Mission Statement to assist under privileged Families. In the Indonesian

UPDATE FROM HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT By CARLOS FERRANDIZ

  I would like to thank The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation for their  collaboration regarding the renovation of part of the Harapan Center, which has been super useful to be able to assure the safety of my team and to assure the quarantine. The building that you ( PHMF ) sponsored is now used by

Celebrating “Read to Me!” Day at Dharmais Hospital, Jakarta

Sadly Dharmais hospital in Jakarta went on lockdown recently due to COVID-19. Only patients and parents are allowed to enter. However before the lockdown Yayasan Mari Cintai Kanak Kanak volunteer, Mrs Tini, celebrated international “Read to Me!” day together with some of the children by reading to them their favourite stories. Doctors at Dharmais hospital

Children’s Music at MKGR

The Australia & New Zealand (ANZA) Social Welfare Committee was visited by Don Hall last month and he heard how the students at MKGR Elementary School needed pianikas for their music learning program so he kindly pledged 32 units to be donated by PHMF, enough for the whole class to take part all together.  There
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